Summer Camp 2010

The MDQ Summer Camp 2010 will be held between July 1, 2010 - July 31, 2010 between 9:30 am to 1:30 pm. The camp will be open to anyone between 5 - 20 years of age. Parents must bring birth certificates for children under 6 at the time of registration. Fee for Summer Camp is $200.00 per child.   

Please click on this link to fill the registration form.


Summer Camp of Masjid Darul Quran will start, insha Allah, on July 01 and will conclude on July 29. The Registration for the Camp 2011 has been started already. Registration forms are available in Masjid(outside tables). The camp will be held for youth of 5 to 15 years of age. It will be held from Monday through Friday from 9:30am to 1:00pm at the MDQ. Activities of Camp are wide ranging from memorization of Salah, everyday duas, short Surahs, lessons on Seerah, Akhlaaq(Islamic manners), ibadaat, living in North America as Muslims, videos on Islamic History and the Muslim Ummah. Fee for the camp is $200.00 which includes lunch, weekly trips, arts & crafts AND much more.
For further information, Please contact Imam Muhammad Abdul Jabbar at 631 665 9462 from 11.00 am to 1.00 pm Monday to Friday or leave message anytime. The Registration form will be available online on our website shortly.

Khateebs on Fridays of June, 2010

Following khateebs will give khutbah of Jumuah during the month of June 2010:
1. Br. John Starling on June 04
2. Imam Shamsi Ali on June 11
3. Br. Mohammed Baajour on June 18
4. Imam Muhammad A.Jabbar on June 25
Khutbah Jumuah starts at 1.15 pm and salat al Jumuah starts at 1.45 pm.


Br.Nauman Ali Khan of Bayyinah Institute will deliver khutbah of Jumuah on May 28,2010.The theme of the khutbah is " empowering our youth".Br. Nauman will also speak about " Life and contribution of Dr. Israr Ahmad in spreading message of the QURAN" on Thursday, May 27 after salat al Isha.

Links to Videos of his programs:  Khutbah   Evening Program

FAMILY NIGHT: Interest and Usury in the United States

Dr. Main AlQudah

Interest and Usury in the United States - Download Presentation
Saturday May 15th
11:00 AM TO 5:00 PM (1 HOUR BREAK AT DUHUR & Lunch)

Preview session on Friday night after Maghrib(dinner will be provided by masjid)

SPEAKER: Dr.Main Al-Qudah


1- College students who are looking for student loans.
2- People who are interested in buying their own home.
3- Car dealers who want to finance for their clients Islamically.
4- Business workers dealing with credit/debit cards, cashing checks, warranty purchases, currency exchange, etc
5- Those who have 401 (K) plan, and want the Halal way to invest their money.
6- One who has extra money and wants to save it in a savings or checking account.
7- Those involved in (6% APR) interest thinking that it is Haram.
8- Imams receiving many questions about Riba.

Imam of West Bank Muslim Association Mosque and Lecturer at the AOU and Islamic American University.


Insha Allah, following Khateebs will give Jumuah khutbah during the month of May,2010 respectively:
1. Dr.Hassan Hito 5/7/10
2. Dr. Main al Qudah 5/14/10
3. Br.Mohammed Bajour 5/21/10
4. Br. Nauman Ali Khan 5/28/10

The khutbah starts at 1.15 pm and Salat al Jumuah starts at 1.45 pm.

Muslims for Humanity - Haiti Relief

All the Muslim Communities of United States of America are devastated by the earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, which took hundreds and thousands of lives; nearly three million people are affected by this earthquake. I, on behalf of the entire Muslim Community of Masjid Darul Qur’an, Bay Shore extend my heartfelt condolences to Haitian community here in USA and also those who are suffering on the Island. We also pray that May God give patience and courage to all those who have lost their loved one and May God show His eternal Mercy to all the survivors and show them His eternal Light with which they can rebuild their nation, Amen.

Our faith demands us to help every human being specially those who are in suffering and are in dire need of help due to any calamity. Port-au- Prince earthquake has brought an unprecedented scale of disaster on the top of already poverty stricken nation; they are in dire need of food, water, medical supplies, shelter and all other basic needs of life.

So I announce to reserve a dedicated collection box in the mosque and appeal to every member of this community specially the Muslim Community of this Center to donate generously for this cause. You can put your cash in this box or send your checks to “Masjid Darul Qur’an” saying “Haiti Fund” in the memo. All collected funds will be sent to Haiti through reputable Islamic charity organizations those are already in Haiti and have started the help work.

Thank you and Jazak’Allah

Muhammed A. Suhail
Masjid Darul Qur’an
The Muslim center of Long Island, Bay Shore, NY

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Spring ’10 Internships Available with CAIR-NY, Apply Today!

(New York, N.Y. 11/18/09) – CAIR-NY is currently accepting applications for its Spring 2010 internship program.

Internships at CAIR-NY offer students and activists a great opportunity to learn, interact, and grow in a friendly and diverse environment through practical training in civil rights, media relations, community outreach, and research.

All internships are unpaid and require a minimum 12 hour/week commitment.
Applicants should email a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to no later than January 4, 2010.


Clearly indicate which internship opportunity you are
applying for in your cover letter.

If you are applying for more than one position, please list in order of preference.

Internships are available in the following areas:
· Civil Rights
· Community Affairs
· Communications

CAIR, America’s largest Islamic civil liberties group, has 35 offices and chapters nationwide and in Canada.

Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

Council on American-Islamic Relations-NY
475 Riverside Drive, Suite 246
New York, N.Y. 10115
Tele 212.870.2002
Fax 212.870.2020


American Muslims are mourning Dr. Ahmed El-Kadi, a prominent leader who died this weekend after a full spirited life he spent sincerely serving and leading Muslims through his and pioneering achievements. The veteran Muslim leader and famed retired heart surgeon died Saturday in Panama City, Florida, at the age of 69. Kadi, an Egyptian-origin, has been leading community work and spent much of his time in Islamic work in the US, where he lived for the past 44 years. He has played a vital role in establishing numerous Muslim organizations, in the US and the entire North America. Kadi has also been a veteran leader in many of these organizations, including the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), the Muslim Youth of North America (MYNA) and the Islamic Medical Association (IMA). Dr. El-Kadi will be greatly remembered for his loving personality, soft heart, soft language and contributions to Islamic medicine research and education. Imam Muhammad Abdul Jabbar said about his teacher as following: Today when I recall late Dr. Ahmed el Kadi my eyes are flooded with tears because I think the vacuum created by his death will take a longer time to fill in. Allah SWT had adorned him with pleasant and friendly personality. During a Youth Camp of ISNA Canada held at Winnipeg in 1994, I saw him walking in lobbies with his students and standing outside the seminar rooms responding to questions of participants in his light mood and smiling face. When he concluded his series of lectures and gave his farewell remarks, everyone there was sad. Dr. Kadi was soft spoken and endowed with influential personality. He carried his audience with him through out his speech. May Allah SWT bless him with light in his grave and shower His blessings on him and reward him for serving His deen. Amen!

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